Teufel is obviously busy renovating the soundbar post folio. After the Cinebar 11 (to be tested shortly), it is now the turn of the ultra-compact Cinebar One.
The new Cinebar One should develop more power, especially in the lower tones. If you want more bass, you can dig 100 dollars deeper into your pocket for the Cinebar One +, which is supplied with the T 6 wireless subwoofer. In addition, there are numerous detail improvements, including the sound presets and the Dynamore UItra technology, which is supposed to provide more surround sound. As usual, the Cinebar One can be operated via HDMI, BlueTooth and USB. Here are the features in detail:
- ultra-compact 2.0 soundbar with optional 6.5-inch wireless subwoofer (2.1)
- four high-performance drivers, each with its own power amplifier
- improved Dynamore Ultra technology with side-firing speakers for virtual surround sound
- new adaptive voice mode for best dialog intelligibility
- Dolby Digital, Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX for wireless music streaming in CD quality, HDMI with CEC and ARC for control with the TV remote control
- LED band behind the fabric covering visualizes the volume, among other things
- Remote control with direct selection buttons for normal, voice and night sound modes
- Touch buttons on the top for direct operation on the device
- Wall mounting possible, line-in, optical digital input
- Versatile use: as a TV soundbar, as a Bluetooth music system and, thanks to the built-in USB sound interface, even as a PC sound system
The Cinebar One is now available for 299.99 dollars in black and white in the Teufel webshop and in all Teufel stores. Together with the T 6 wireless subwoofer, the soundbar is available as a Cinebar One + at a price of 399.99 dollars.